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Solid Citizens
Review by Gary Hill
Featuring Blue Oyster Cult`s Joe Bouchard, it is no wonder that much of this album has BOC tendencies. This is a very solid rock disc that occasionally rises to the point of greatness.
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I always like the music from Spirits Burning. This album is no exception.


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Blue Öyster Cult - Blue Öyster Cult
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The debut of any band is always interesting to go back to for a second look.  


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Blue Öyster Cult - Extraterrestrial Live
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Released in 1982, this album is a very solid chronicle of a BOC live during the height of their career. Combining prog elements with accessible hooks and potent metal, this album definitely qualifies as prog metal.
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Blue Öyster Cult - Fire Of Unknown Origin
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Back in 1981, Blue Oyster Cult was riding the wave of rock's "second coming". Having just completed a successful tour with Black Sabbath, the boys went back into the studio to record their next batch of songs and to try to keep themselves in the public eye.
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Blue Öyster Cult - Imaginos
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Rarely has an album divided fans as much as BOC's Imaginos.


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Brain Surgeons - Malpractice
Review by Gary Hill
Brain Surgeons is former BOC member Albert Bouchard`s band. The group utilizes elements of Blue Oyster Cult in new and unusual ways.


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Brain Surgeons - Piece of Work
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This album really seems to show that this band is not content to be working in one particular style. Indeed, the styles on this double disc release range from jazzy barbershop singing to hard rock to ballads to progish material
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Various Artists - Poetry of the Air: A Collection of Love Letters to Music from Musicians written by Gary Hill
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I have known Gary Hill for a while now and the one thing that I can say with complete certainty about him is that he takes his music seriously. 


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Joe Bouchard - The Power of Music
Review by G. W. Hill

Joe Bouchard is probably best known as one of the founding members of Blue Oyster Cult.


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Blue Öyster Cult - The Revolution By Night
Review by Gary Hill
Released in October of 1983, Revolution by Night was the 12th album by Blue Oyster Cult. The music on the album is definitely in the hard rock/heavy metal sort of genre, while showing many indications of more progressive leanings, both in writing and arranging.
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Blue Öyster Cult - Workshop of the Telescopes
Review by Gary Hill
This two disc compilation covers the majority of the band`s career, and hits upon many of their styles. From time to time, the music leans to metal, prog-metal, pop and hard rock.

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